Requesting features is very exciting, but it can become very confusing very quickly because software is not tangible (meaning we cannot hold the code we write in our hands).
Defining a clear problem with a clear solution is critical for all software development.
We took some inspiration from a post titled Feature Requests That Don’t Suck.
All features requests are tagged as feature-idea-ff.
People can then vote on them to show demand for that feature.
We created a nice template for you to fill out. You can copy this and paste it into your post. We even added some comments to help you along the way.
# 👉 Describe the problem [comment]: <> (What are you trying to solve?) # 👥 Problem evidence & reach [comment]: <> (How many people have this problem?) # 🥰 Describe the "impact" on users? [comment]: <> (How will this make people's lives better once it is solved?) # 🏆 How to solve this problem [comment]: <> (Describe the feature that you are proposing and how it will solve the problem) ### Detail 1 * A * B * C ### Detail 2 * E * F * G # 💯 How do we validate the problem is solved? [comment]: <> (Explain use cases on how we can measure the success of this implementation)
Ready to get started? Copy the template above and create your topic here:
This software is run by the community so we won’t be able to get to everything. If you are really eager, you can submit a PR yourself or even fork the project. We also will expedite feature requests if you want to financially sponsor any additions (assuming your feature lines up well for the community).